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WAGO CLASSIC Splicing Connector &endash; 2 conductor

Compact, lever-operated splicing connectors

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Compact, lever-operated splicing connectors

WAGO CLASSIC Splicing Connectors connect up to five stripped, finestranded conductors from 0.08 to 4 mm² (28 … 12 AWG), as well as solid or stranded conductors from up to 2.5 mm² (12 AWG) – without tools!

How they work:

Strip conductor to 9 - 10mm (0.35 - 0.39 inch)

Pull up one of the orange operating levers to open the clamping unit so that the lever engages and keeps the clamp in its opened position, then insert the conductor.

Push the lever back down, flush with the connector housing, to close the clamp


Electrical data

Ratings per IEC/EN

Ratings per EN 60664
Nominal voltage (II/2) 400 V
Rated surge voltage (II/2) 4 kV
Rated current 32 A
Legend (ratings) (II / 2) ≙ Overvoltage category II / Pollution degree 2

Connection data

Connection technology CAGE CLAMP®
Actuation type Lever
Connectable conductor materials Copper
Solid conductor 0.08 … 2.5 mm² / 28 … 12 AWG
Stranded conductor 0.08 … 2.5 mm² / 28 … 12 AWG
Fine-stranded conductor 0.08 … 4 mm² / 28 … 12 AWG
Strip length 9 … 10 mm / 0.35 … 0.39 inch
Total number of potentials 1
Wiring type Side-entry wiring

Physical data

2 conductor 3 conductor 5 conductor
Width 12.4 mm / 0.488 inch 17 mm / 0.669 inch 26.6 mm / 1.047 inch
Height 14.5 mm / 0.571 inch
Depth 20.5 mm / 0.807 inch
Weight 3.1 g 4.3 g 6.6 g
Fire load 0.067 MJ 0.088 MJ 0.13 MJ

Material data

Colour gray
Flammability class per UL94 V0
Colour of actuator orange

Environmental requirements

Surrounding air temperature (operation) 40 °C
Continuous operating temperature 85 °C



The lever's specially designed rest position reliably prevents accidental unclamping of a connected conductor. Application safety, for any type of conductor (solid, stranded, finestranded), is confirmed by approvals like ENEC or UL.

ENEC is the European mark for electrical products that demonstrates compliance with European safety standards. The ENEC mark is subjected to the same EN standards as the VDE mark.

While the VDE mark is only permitted in Germany, the ENEC mark is accepted in more than 20 European countries